This is how a man who won 116 million with the Euromillions spends 12,000 euros

The biggest dream of many people is to win a millionaire prize to fulfill some of his dreams. That luck was lived by Dave Dawes and his wife, Angela, this couple from Great Britain took over the boat of the Euromillones of just over 116 million euros in 2011. Thanks to winning this money, these lucky people can live comfortably and develop their hobbies such as fishing.

At that time, this English marriage was made with the biggest jackpot ever dealt in sterling and since then he has lived in style, enjoying spending this millionaire prize fulfilling numerous dreams and spending a significant amount each month in the hobby de Dave Dawes.

This man’s biggest hobby is fishing. Dawes has enjoyed his hobby since before he won the millionaire jackpot and now, years later, he has recognized for the British newspaper Mirror what almost 12,000 euros are spent on importing tents to the lake on his property in Kent.

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Dawes enjoys his hobby so much that he even invites his employees on property to join in as well. This was stated by a friend of his to The Sun, “Dave fishes all day and is so generous that often forces his staff to join him“.

Such is the passion that this man feels for fishing that, according to his friends, he has even requested permission to build new roads on their land to gain access to other ponds.

If you want to fulfill your own dreams and develop your own hobbies, today Friday, May 26, thanks to the Euromillions you have a new opportunity to get your own millionaire prize. Tonight the raffle Euromillones brings a new jackpot into play for which you could get up to 77 million euros.

Source: LA INFORMACIÓN – Lo último by

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